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Apr 07, 13

Thanks to @piratedjlangley John Langley for creating this thought provoking and creative keynote for the NetGenEd 2013 global collaborative project.

Jan 19, 13

The Horizon Report Preview is out! Below are the selected emerging technologies that will be written up in the full report by February.

Flat Classroom invites interested teachers with High School classes to join the NetGenEd 2013 project that focuses on collaborative student research and multimedia development based on these emerging trends. Read full details here:

Time-to-Adoption Horizon: One Year or Less
- Massively Open Online Courses
- Tablet Computing
Time-to-Adoption Horizon: Two to Three Years
- Big Data and Learning Analytics
- Game-Based Learning
Time-to-Adoption Horizon: Four to Five Years
- 3D Printing
- Wearable Technology

Mar 05, 12

"The Global Leadership class at ISA in San Antonio Texas is proud and excited to be a part of NETGENED 2012."
This is an excellent example of a school 'handshake' when starting a global project. I am enthralled by this school and the students and teachers. Their discussions are frank and open, and even funny at times! Well done ISA in San Antonio! and Well done Cassie Allen, teacher of this class!

Feb 11, 12

The New Media Consortium recently released the top 6 emerging technologies in Higher Ed, including trends and issues - a MUST read!
Time-to-Adoption Horizon: One Year or Less
> Mobile Apps 10
> Tablet Computing 14
Time-to-Adoption Horizon: Two to Three Years
> Game-Based Learning 18
> Learning Analytics 22
Time-to-Adoption Horizon: Four to Five Years
> Gesture-Based Computing 26
> Internet of Things

Jan 27, 12

Award winning global collaborators Julie Lindsay and Vicki Davis (co founders of the Flat Classroom Project) are excited to announce the 2012 NetGenEd Project, another global collaboration to envision the future of education and social action by inspiring today's students to study leading technology trends and create their vision for the future.

In this project, students will study and "mash up" the results of the 2012 Horizon Report from the New Media Consortium and Educause and Tapscott's book Grown Up Digital: How the Net Generation is Changing Your World. Students will study the current research and create wiki-reports with their student partners around the world analyzing current trends and projecting future happenings based upon this collaborative analysis. This project is managed by the students who assume roles such as project manager, assistant project manager, and editors of the various wikis.

After compiling their wiki reports based upon current research, and encouraged by "expert advisors" (subject matter experts in the industry), students will then create a video based upon their research in current global technological trends.

Applications open now: February 1 deadline extended for interested ITGS classes. Contact

Apr 14, 11

"The online behavior, attitudes and interests of people from all walks of life are blending together online, cutting across generations and traditional demographics and giving rise to a new online group called “Generation Virtual” (Generation V), according to research by Gartner, which coined the term.

Unlike previous generations,
Generation V is not defined by age, gender, social class or geography. Instead, it is based on achievement, accomplishments and an increasing preference for the use of digital media channels to discover information, build knowledge and share insights."

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